EFI

The Tools to Embrace Engine Innovations

Advancements in technology continue to yield better engines, improve fuel efficiency, and extend maintenance intervals. But beyond delivering superior products, technology has fundamentally changed...

Delay Claim Damages: How Do You Prove Them?

Delay claims come in all different shapes and sizes. But, where a delay is compensable, one critical aspect of the ensuing claim is determining...

A New Age Dawns for Cordless Power Tools

Cordless power tool technology is about to take a giant leap forward in delivering the raw power, performance, and productivity demanded by the professional...
CPM

Blending CPM and Lean Scheduling for a Competitive Edge

The construction industry remains relatively strong, but that doesn’t necessarily mean builders have their houses completely in order. With project owners demanding faster builds...

Flooring Design Considerations for 2017

With 2017 in full swing, the new year brings new considerations, materials, and markets for commercial flooring. With a construction landscape that is always...
PNC Tower

LEED Platinum-certified Tower at PNC Plaza

The 33-story LEED Platinum-certified Tower at PNC Plaza has been touted as the “world’s greenest office tower” and stands as the showpiece of PNC’s...

The Diesel Engine Oil of the Future: PC-11

The American Petroleum Institute (API), working with engine manufacturers and oil makers, is completely redesigning heavy-duty engine oil specifications. Nearly a decade has passed...
 IoT

Fundamentals of IoT for Construction

Probably the best definition of the Internet of Things (IoT) appears in a Forbes magazine article written by the futurist Jacob Morgan. According to...
SAF

Verifying the Training

FAST FACT: Fast Fact: An estimated 6.5 million people work at approximately 252,000 construction sites across the U.S. on any given day. According to...

Construction Ethics? You Bet!

Doctors, lawyers, and many other professionals are subject to specific codes of ethics that govern their performance and conduct. Architects and engineers are often...